‘Completely untrustworthy’: Iran BANS import of coronavirus vaccines from US and Britain | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

‘Completely untrustworthy’: Iran BANS import of coronavirus vaccines from US and Britain

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has prohibited the import of any Covid vaccines from the US and UK, questioning their efficacy and suggesting developers might be willing to “test” their drugs on foreign nations.
The announcement came in a televised speech on Friday, with the Supreme Leader going as far as to suggest that London and Washington might be seeking to “contaminate” other countries with their anti-coronavirus solutions.

"Imports of US and British vaccines into the country are forbidden ... They’re completely untrustworthy. It’s not unlikely they would want to contaminate other nations."

Khamenei did not miss the opportunity to take further swipes at Iran’s arch-rival, stating that the soaring numbers of coronavirus infections in the US are the best proof why its medical products should not be trusted.

"If the Americans were able to produce a vaccine, they would not have such a coronavirus fiasco in their own country," he said.

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